In this report I will compare the purposes of all different recruitment resources documents used in the selection and recruitment process for a given organisation.
What the job involves
This allows the candidate to fully understand what the job role involves before apply for the job. It allows candidates to figure out if they’re suitable for the requirements which the organisation is looking for, this can normally save time if the candidate believes the job role is not suitable for them.
This shows the candidate what title they will be under if they are Lucky enough to get the job. Titles are normally the same title, privileges and area of business throughout all organisations; this can give the candidate an idea of where the role is based within the organisation.
This is an important bit of information that is on the job description, this shows the candidate what type of area the role is based within in the business. Candidates normally have a preferred area of business which they want to enter within, candidates usually apply for specific departments when searching for vacancies, it allows candidates not to waste time for applying for roles in which departments they wish not to enter.
This explains to the candidates whom they will be responsible for, who will be their first point of contact if a problem occurs. It allows the candidate to understand where in the hierarchy they will be based within the organisation.
Education and qualifications
Employers use this heading to explain to the candidates which qualifications they would prefer the candidate to have. The qualifications normally relate to the nature of the role which can impact the motivation of the candidate if they had received the role.
Name of complier and approver
This states who created the application for the